Where in our daily lives do the greatests risks lurk? What we may perceive as dangerous may not be, at least statistically. The real dangers lie in everyday things and situations.
The European Parliament narrowly defeated a proposed ban on an additive that is considered to be key in industrial meats used to make doner kebabs.
They work up to 12 hours a day to help their families. Labor is part of daily life for many displaced Syrian children in Turkey. Studying is a luxury, and so is play. Julia Hahn reports from Istanbul.
By 2030 the AIDS epidemic should be overcome – that's the goal of the United Nations. Already today 15 million patients have access to anti-retroviral drugs, which is something to celebrate on this World AIDS Day.
The war on malaria has been a victory for human health, driving deaths down and life expectancy up. But experts fear that the positive trajectory is starting to shift.
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